I wondered if anyone knows much about immune deficiency.... I am told my son age 5 may have an immune deficiency. His symptoms include: night sweats, anemia, blood in stool and urine, excessive bloody noses(actually had to have his nose packed once), poor dental health, pneumonia(3 times).. he has also had 1 blood infection, and he has asthma, allergies and eczema... When he was younger he also had recurrent fevers of unknown origin and lots of little infections (ie: ears, rotovirus)
He has been re-immunized several times (more than the normal doses) and his bloodwork keeps coming back to say that he is showing little titers to these... (This is the 3rd time they have immunized and tested)\
Honestly I am very frustrated... 3 doctors have told us it is not an immune deficiency, however I am inclined to think that this is the only explanation. His current dr. is referring his to an immunologist.... His IGM is consistently low along with his IGG and his IgG4.
Anyone have any ideas?
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